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Something/Nothing - A Performative Private View of Robert Rauschenberg
Image Credit: Robert Rauschenberg, Travelogue archival footage, Still or Photo, 1977 and 1980, Merce Cunningham Trust / LWT (now ITV plc)

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Something/Nothing - A Performative Private View of Robert Rauschenberg

Enjoy an experimental one-off performance of poetry and music celebrating Robert Rauschenberg.

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See a one-off performance of text and music during a private view of Robert Rauschenberg.

This event sees the work of John Cage animate the unique setting of this major exhibition of his inspiration and friend, Robert Rauschenberg.

Includes performances from violinists Peter Sheppard Skærved, Mihailo Trandafilovski and poet Dorothea Smartt. The event is introduced by Gramophone Award-winning conductor Richard Bernas.

Something/Nothing is on 16 February, tickets are £22 with concessions avaliable, find out more here.

Bankside , London SE1 9TG

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